Assessing the Effectiveness of Food Worker Training in Florida: Opportunities and Challenges and Food Safety Issues and Training Methods for Ready-to-Eat Foods in the Grocery Industry

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Assessing the Effectiveness of Food Worker Training in Florida: Opportunities and Challenges and Food Safety Issues and Training Methods for Ready-to-Eat Foods in the Grocery Industry


Both of these articles discuss the role of food safety training and education in the food service industry. The four books listed below can help in the training and education of managers and employees:

Food Safety Management Principles, Second Edition

NEHA Training (2004)

Based on the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA's) 2001 model Food Code, Food Safety Management Principles prepares candidates to pass any Conference for Food Protection/ANSI-accredited food safety manager certification exam. Written at the eighth-grade level, this concise and brightly illustrated book teaches all essential microbiological and technical food safety principles in ways that are easy to read and understand. In addition, it contains student activities and quizzes that engage readers in the learning process and ensure that they retain the information long after training has taken place. Food Safety Management Principles is ideal for teaching managers what they need to know to become certified and skilled at their jobs.

Highlights of this edition include

* chapter quizzes and activities,

* international food safety icons, and

* information from FDA's 2003 supplement to the 2001 Food Code. 68 pages, softcover. Also offered in Spanish (first edition only). Available for as little as $10.95 per book.

To order Food Safety Management Principles, visit www.nehatraining.com/products/fsmp.htm or contact NEHA Training by phone at (303) 756-9090, extension 340.

Food Safety First Principles, Second Edition

NEHA Training (2005)

Based on FDA's 2001 Food Code and its 2003 supplement, Food Safety First Principles provides food handlers and food service workers with the knowledge and skills they need to carry out their work safely. This book is easy to read and understand, and it is set up in a way that gives students confidence in their abilities to learn the material effectively. In addition to discussing fundamental food safety practices, the book provides entertaining graphics and activities that assist readers in retaining the information. Improvements to the second edition include food handler quizzes, student activities, and international food safety icons, as well as information from FDA's 2003 supplement to the 2001 Food Code. …

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